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Mississauga Airport Mini Guide
Tell me About the Airport
Toronto Pearson International Airport
is in the city of Mississauga and 22.5km from Toronto city centre. It is the busiest airport in Canada and often called just ‘Toronto-Pearson’ by the locals.
How Would I fly There?
The airport connects cities in all the provinces of Canada. There are 76 airlines flying into and from Toronto-Pearson and 150 international destinations are served.
Can I get to the City Easily?
If you have hired a car, meet your representative at level 1 of the parking garages. From the airport, drive down highway 427 or 409 to get to the city. Pacific Western Airport Express have shuttle buses into the city or you can take the Mi-way Airport Express Route 7.
What’s at the Airport for me?
The airport has free Wi-Fi if you want to surf the internet whilst you wait or why not take a look at the works of art and exhibitions on display. For all your money needs ATMs are available all around the terminal and you can change your dollars and euros at ICE currency exchange counters. There are 5 airline lounges for you to use, should you be travelling business or first class or you can use the Plaza Premium Lounge for a small charge. There you can have a hot meal and read your emails or just relax before your flight. There are airport information desks at both terminals, should you have any enquiries about the airport and surrounds.
Does the Airport Have Many Shops?
There are a good selection of shops at Toronto-Pearson and enough to keep you busy before your flight. Pick up a gift or treat yourself at the Duty Free store and buy your favourite magazine at Watermark. Browse the latest in gadgets at Boutique IStore and choose new sunglasses at Sunglass Hut. For a sweet treat go to Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory and for last minute souvenirs, head to Destination Toronto. You can also get your shoes shined or have a manicure at the airport.
I am Getting Hungry…
You can go to the local favourite Tim Horton’s for a doughnut and coffee. If you feel like eating rotisserie chicken, try Wolfgang Puck Express Restaurant and Bar. At Kensington Grill and Market Place you can choose from noodles, pizza or Mediterranean style food or for sushi and sandwiches go to Arts and Letters Bistro. If you are just thirsty, head for Bar120.
Is There a Hotel at the Airport?
Yes, there is the Sheraton Gateway Toronto at Terminal 3. The hotel has a business centre if you need to catch up with work or for working off excess energy, you can use the indoor pool and fitness centre or visit the spa for a relaxing massage. In the evening, try out the international cuisine at Mahogany Grill and Restaurant.
What if I Need Special Assistance?
The airport has wheelchairs available for passengers with reduced mobility and you can book to have assistance through the airport, from check-in to boarding the aircraft.
09/06/12 - Sunwing have announced a new route to Mississauga Airport from Glasgow International beginning this week.